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Oct 1, 2012 5:00pm EDT
your questions. i'm joined by dr. steven. thank you for joining us, doctor. over the past 10 years have we seen an increase or decrease in the number of breast cancer cases. >> in the past 10 years we've seen steady decline at the rate of 2% per year. prior to that it was a steady increase, but, still, this year we expect 230,000 women in the united states to be diagnosed with breast cancer and about 40,000 will die from it. >> and it affects so many people. it's a disease that really hits home and we try to bring more attention to it during the month of october. what should you do if you see something suspicious prior to or in between your mammogram. >> if something is identified on a breast exam, usually we recommend an imaging to help characterize it and help to guide further treatment. if something is identified on a mammogram or potentially an ultrasound, usually the patient at that point will undergo a biopsy. depending on what the findings are they will be referred to a surgeon. >> we can all imagine how overwhelming this would be. tell mow about the multidisciplinary approach at
Oct 16, 2012 5:00pm EDT
ambassador chris stevens and three others were killed. in an interview with abc news, secretary clinton promised to hunt down the attackers. >> whatever evidence can be gleaned and we will track down whoever did this and hold them accountable. >> republicans have used the incident to attack the ocean for changing story -- obama administration for changing stories about what happened. >> they wanted to live in a safe block and it ended up costing them their lives. >> we'll look back at the family that died in a fire. >> it's the biggest myth going today. you will not get a flu shot because you think it will give you the flu. tonight we'll examine that myth. >> and hot cheetos, right after this. >>> i did not have insurance prior to. it was a relief. it allowed me to worry about getting well instead of having to wore re about paying for it. people who don't have health insurance and they think there's something wrong, they need to know that there's someone they can call, and you get a breathing space to get back to being you. and it feels pretty good. >> that story and countless others ar
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